HOW TIME FLIES

Your Baby & Toddler - - Letters -

I re­mem­ber when I was preg­nant, many moons ago, I would sit and think about my daugh­ter grow­ing in­side me and won­der what her life would turn out like.

To­day, I thank God for the many years He has lent me to see her grow into this beau­ti­ful woman she is.

She is now 25, en­gaged to be mar­ried in De­cem­ber, and ex­pect­ing a baby boy!

She’s my only child and my life ro­tates around hers. It is bit­ter-sweet that she is now go­ing to start a new life, at a new home with a new fam­ily.

Part of me is heart­bro­ken that I will no longer come home and see her face. I give her my bless­ings and want her to know she will al­ways be my princess, my queen!

I hope she will love her in-laws and they will love her in re­turn. I pray she keeps the val­ues I’ve raised her with. I want her to re­mem­ber I’m just a phone call away and will al­ways be there for her and my grand­son.

Soon we’ll be wel­com­ing her into mother­hood and she will un­der­stand how I’m feel­ing right now. I love her to bits and wish her all the best!

BRENDA MOSELANE, EKANGALA

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